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Interview: Noga Flaishon takes us deep into the Bunker

Listen to our recent chat with Noga Flaishon from Harpy Product, where she tells us all about upcoming picture, Bunker, as well as discussing her adore of upright apocalypic floors, the lack of sci-fi on the stage and why too many TV series overstay their welcome. This interview was originally broadcast on Runn Radio on […]

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Review: In Pieces – online @ Stream.Theatre

Review: In Slice- online@ Stream.Theatre Watching In Pieces, it resulted to me how influential Rent has become for modern theatre writers. Jonathan Larson’s biggest smash rectify a basic template for the depicting of twenty-somethings living in the Big Apple with his narration of charity, life and loss, told through intelligent chants driving the narrative. However, […]

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Review: I Could Use a Drink, online @ Stream.theatre

Review: I Could Use a Drink, online@ Stream.theatre The first thing to say about I Could Use a Drink is just how spectacular the deep-seated is. It’s filmed at London’s Fiction Studios, a recording studio lit with lamps, filled with bibles and musicians stood in the areas. You can basically reek the lamp-warmed dust! I […]

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Feature: Young Carers Action Day

Last month we interviewed Matt Woodhead, columnist of Who Cares ?, as well as Campaign Manager for the Who Cares Campaign. Matt’s excitement for young carers had a profound effect on us at Everything Theatre so we wanted to do more for him and to support Young Carers Action Day. What follows is the joint […]

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Little Wars, online streaming

Little Wars, online streaming In the centre of another lockdown we continue to amuse ourselves with indoor followings. One of the few compensations is this online gem written by Steven Carl McCasland. Set in the French Alps, it offers the opportunities that a soiree featured some of the greatest female writers of the period. Alice […]

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Review: Potted Panto, Garrick Theatre

Review: Potted Panto, Garrick Theatre It’s been a long wait, a long nine months since I was last in the West Result. It felt so good to be back. The Garrick Theatre in Charing Cross Road ogled pristine as we patiently queued outside. A rapid check of the temperature and we were in, disguises on […]

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Review: Ghosts of Stanley Halls, South Norword Hill

Review: Ghosts of Stanley Halls, South Norword Hill With Halloween projects in disarray, guild nights and events offset, what can the city’s freaky slews do safely within their social froths? A socially distant walking tour of a historic 1903 edifice din good? For brave adults and children this event seems to fill a fault in […]